Relief valve

Since The Occidental Observer (TOO) has just closed all comments in all threads, the idea has occurred to me that, starting tomorrow, I might repost the coming TOO articles in the Addendum to the West’s Darkest Hour. Reposting those articles there would work like a relief valve for those willing to compliment, or take issue,…

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“Expecto Patronum!”

Or: The stolen soul back to the Aryan body The Occidental Observer (TOO) has just closed what seems to be the last thread where people were still commenting after Dr. Kevin MacDonald decided to close comments, presumably because he has no time to monitor all the threads. I could not even reply to a question…

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Portugal

The Departure of the Portuguese Royal Court to Brazil in 1808 The blog Anthrocivitas: The Gate of All Nations reposted my post “Portugal and the One-Drop Rule” adding images that didn’t appear in my original entry. A commenter of that forum said: What is wrong with a Portguese [sic] having black blood or mixing with…

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Two subjects

At last William Pierce’s last book, the very one which could not reach the printers because he died, has been published. It is available from Lulu. On the Addenda I’ve added images to my abridgement of Who We Are. If you don’t have time to read the printed book, or even my abridgement, skip the…

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Tomislav Sunić

“The role that the idea of liberty, equality and fraternity plays in your culture is well known. At depth, they are Christian ideas.” —John Paul II   After watching the videos embedded below, “The Monotheist Mindset and its Secular Modalities,” with both David Duke and Kevin MacDonald attending the conference, I reached the conclusion that,…

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Healing Amfortas (cont.)

Further to my previous post. Below, (1) my presentation of Colin Ross’ cornerstone to understand the trauma model of mental disorders; (2) a translation of “Regaining Self-esteem” by Dr. Claus Wolfschlag—original in German here—, and (3) my views on traumatized Germany. 1.- Ross’ trauma model Note of August 25, 2017: Today I will move this…

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Healing Amfortas

Re my previous and next post: I will reproduce Friedrich’s excellent translation of the Junge Freiheit later in this week. Friedrich wrote (indented paragraph): The point is that in both cases if you want to spread awareness, mentioning the mere facts helps little as it is an emotional and psychological problem and I don’t know…

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Letter from Germany (2)

Or: Self-harming Germans cheering at Inglourious Basterds Glad to have received a reply. “Why should native Germans repudiate the memory of these atrocities is beyond me.” It is of course a sad state of affairs, but I can see how it came to be this way. For the Allies after 1945 it was just the…

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Letter from Germany

I wanted to thank you for speaking out for the German victims of the Second World War. Unspeakable crimes were committed against the German people in those days, and few people are even aware of it. In Germany we’re constantly being told that our ancestors have been monsters and we’re subjugated to holo-propaganda from an…

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To the editor (1908)

From a letter of Hilaire Belloc to the Editor, dated February 8, 1908.  Imagine something like this being published in an influential journal in Britain, today: The Editor of The New Age has pointed out to me that [H.G.] Wells has been writing upon [G.K.] Chesterton and me and that to the remarks I made…

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